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Problem with Window 10 and MS Word 2016 Vertical Bracket List

Posted on 2016-09-12
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I need to add hyperlinks to each of the lowest levels of a hierarchy.

With the Vertical Bracket List I'm able to add one hyperlink to one of the levels but it is replicated throughout all the lowest levels of the hierarchy.

In my design each of the lowest levels of the hierarchy must have its own unique hyperlink.

Help, experts, please

Gordon
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To help us to understand the details of your difficulty, it would greatly help to post a sample document. Thanks.
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Graham

Thanks for the suggestion.

Gordon
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Thank you. I see that the layout is created by the SmartArt system. The text for the top level items is in textboxes (or similar) and can be edited directly. But the text for the lower level items is graphic and must be entered using the Text pane. It cannot be modified directly, including adding a Hyperlink.

It is more work, but you should be able to build up a similar layout using shapes.
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Thanks for this helpful clarification, Graham.
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